Re-decoration makeover for Milton Keynes charity

  • 24 Feb 2015

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MK Snap hopes that the re-decoration makeover from Johnstone’s will improve its facility for its learners

MK Snap was announced as the winner of the campaign.

The charity, which is based in Milton Keynes, aims to give people with learning difficulties the opportunity to develop their life skills and education.

It also prepares them for work and presents them with employment opportunities.

The charity won 34% of the 3,000 votes that were cast by the general public, meaning that they came out on top and won the campaign.

The charity was awarded a re-decoration makeover from Johnstone’s.

The company will provide the labour and the materials needed to to renovate the charity’s centre, where it provides professional support for over 100 learners.

MK Snap hopes that its learners will benefit from a new colourful and vibrant environment,

The charity was supported by MK Dons Football Club in its bid to win the Johnstone’s Paint Community Spirit campaign and it has been described as a “worthy winner” by Johnstone’s itself.

Find out more about MK Snap

Huddersfield Road
West Yorkshire
WF17 9XA
United Kingdom

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